[Testing] new F11-for-XO1 images available for testing
adric at adric.net
Sat Jul 25 12:36:51 EDT 2009
We (OLPC folks, me) are still trying to find a spot to host the build
machine for this
so that we can do continuous or daily automated builds for testing.
I know it's jumping ahead a bit, but is this (for xo1 or 1.5) going to
be updatable with yum?
Leaving aside the utility of yum updates for XO in general ... for
builds it will be much more possible for testers to pull some updated
every day or week than pull 300MiB images and overwrite our device
every day/week. Especially for the wonderful people in distant lands
with slow and
If this was already FAQ'd I do apologise.
On Jul 25, 2009, at 11:24 AM, Steven M. Parrish wrote:
>> I just built 2 images of F11-for-XO1 on OLPC infrastructure according
>> to my own instructions.
>> The first one is based on the backport that I built and tested before
>> (a few weeks ago), so it will probably work:
>> and the second one is updated with all of the recent changes that
>> been happening in XO-1.5 software development, bringing the 2 trees
>> sync at the present time
>> Neither have been tested since the internet connection here in Nepal
>> is very slow - I will download them over the weekend.
>> It would be great if anyone is interested in testing during that time
>> though. I would suggest starting with os2 and falling back on os1 if
>> it doesn't work.
>> I'm still looking for people to take on the role of making these
>> builds on a regular basis - for me, these builds are just a one-off
>> for now.
>> The usual cautions apply: this is development code, there will be
>> bugs. Installation instructions: use copy-nand to install osX.img
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>> Fedora-olpc-list at redhat.com
> Install went just fine.
> Have an issue doing Activity updates in Sugar. Looks like the system
> completes the update, however it then comes back and lists the same
> as still needing to be updated.
> I know that with the increased memory/cpu on the XO-1..5 running
> Firefox is
> trivial, however with the limited memory of the XO-1, Midori may be
> a better
> When using Gnome having issues with screen brightness.
> That's all for now but will keep testing.
> Steven M. Parrish
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